Voile X7 2016
Ski Statistics - Length (cm) / Sidecut (mm) / Radius (m)
170 / 127-119-117 / 18.8
180 / 131-105-121 / 20.5
190 / 135-108-124 / 20.5
The new Voilé X7 is essentially an X9 on a low-carb diet.
For those who cannot completely relinquish their maniacal tendencies on the snow or in the halfpipe, the X7 performs with the equal vigor of an X9, but its slightly-slimmer dimensions make it lighter and more practical for long days of backcountry touring.
Like its fatter brother, the X7 is still not, by definition, a full-fledged “twin-tip” ski. The X7 has 8mm of taper and, like the X9, features an enhanced version of our own Voilé Hybrid Rocker in the tail.
Many skiers will also enjoy the way the X7’s slimmer dimensions make it very responsive for turning and edging on hardpack.
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